For centuries, rooms have been described by their intended purpose: “living,” “dining,” “boom boom,” etc.
Add “moving” to the list.
Built from good-as-new, single-voyage shipping containers and installed glass fronts, the German-designed HiLoft is a high-end room that’s outfitted with a wooden ceiling and walls, carpeted, heated floors, an A/C unit and a ventilation system that circulates fresh air at all times.
Designed to provide a comfortable climate in all types of weather, the structure is also completely independent — i.e., you can transport it from one place to another and back again as often as you’d like, U-Haul availability permitting.
Available for purchase or rental, the rooms can be outfitted with sinks, refrigerators, coffee machines and countertops.
No dice on those firepoles you asked for, though.